In the event you’re intrigued by the prospect of constructing a DIY router, Seeed Studio has a board that is simply ready to place a Raspberry Pi Computing Module 4 (CM4) to work. Assuming, in fact, that you’ll find the Pi module.
Seeed’s CM4 Router Board provides two full-speed gigabit community ports, two USB 2.Zero ports, a microSD slot, an HDMI out, a GPIO interface for Raspberry Pi HAT add-ons, and a 0.91-inch OLED show to your Pi CM4. Having the CM4 on the system’s core offers you 32 completely different choices for RAM, storage, and wi-fi capabilities in your homebrew router. The Router Board comes with OpenWRT put in, but it surely may run Ubuntu, Raspberry OS, or every other Pi-friendly system.
Seeed notes that past DIY routers, the CM4 Router Board may additionally grow to be a gateway, mini-NAS, wi-fi community bridge, or mini-server. You should purchase a Pi CM4 with wi-fi capabilities, however you may seemingly want (or choose) a separate Wi-Fi setup linked to your DIY router.
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